THE GIN FROM WILD GROWING JUNIPERBERRIES
The only ingredient for this extraordinary gin comes - as the name MOORGIN already suggests - from the moor area around the town of Kolbermoor. The neighboring town of Rosenheim is characterized by its natural moorland and the wild growing juniper with its incomparably aromatic citrus note. This is also the reason why we completely avoid herbs, spices and other botanicals. Only the wild juniper berries characterize the unmistakable taste of the gin. The original copper still from 1949, which has been in the family's possession since the third generation, is also a central part of the production. Every single drop of MOORGIN is masterfully and lovingly made and is therefore real craftsmanship. It is rare to find 100% real craftsmanship in gin production today.
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